TIMBERSPORTS® NEWS

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Brad De Losa has reclaimed his title of CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS.

Brad De Losa has reclaimed his title of CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS.

De Losa, who had previously won the title in 2014 (Budapest, Hungary) and 2015 (Florence, Italy) thrilled the packed crowd at the Cruise Centre Altona as he struck gold again, winning back the prestigious title of CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS for a third time.

Podium finish for young Rookie Blake Marsh.

Podium finish for young Rookie Blake Marsh.

It was a close call for young Australian Blake Marsh (23) from Bellbird, NSW who came 2nd in the world at the 2017 STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® Rookie World Champion in Hamburg, Germany.
2017 Pro Tour Qualifier Wrap Up

2017 Pro Tour Qualifier Wrap Up

You didn't need an axe to cut the tension at the 2017 STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® Pro Tour qualifier presented by Amarok V6, it was that tight. Nine of the country's top STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® athletes battled it out for just five spots on next year's pro tour.
They ain't no Rookies!

They ain't no Rookies!

The next crop of Australia's STIHL Timbersports talent were in action at Sydney Supercars this weekend in the 2016 STIHL Timbersports Australian Rookie Championship Presented by Amarok V6.
It's on for young and old this weekend

It's on for young and old this weekend

This weekend sees the ‘final chop' of the 2016 STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® season, at the Sydney 500 Supercars, Olympic Park – Saturday 3 & Sunday 4 December 2016. It will be a weekend of highs and lows as the country's top axe men swing into action.

Bittersweet results for Australia's Brad De Losa

Bittersweet results for Australia's Brad De Losa

Just 24 hours after celebrating a world team title and two world records for Australia it was heartbreak for Brad De Losa in the individual competition at the 2016 STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® World Championship in Stuttgart, Germany overnight.
WCH Report: Australia makes STIHL TIMBERSPORTS history

WCH Report: Australia makes STIHL TIMBERSPORTS history

Australia has proven that it is king of the wood once again winning the title of ‘World Champions' at the 2016 STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® World Championship in Stuttgart, Germany for a third year running.
De Losa ready for World Championship battle

De Losa ready for World Championship battle

STIHL Timbersports Australia Champion Brad De Losa is out to prove he is more than a ‘one hit wonder' on the world stage. De Losa will take on the best lumberjacks in the Single Competition at the STIHL Timbersports World Championship in Stuttgart, Germany.
Chopperoos swinging for a 3Peat

Chopperoos swinging for a 3Peat

The Australian Chopperoos have set their sights on an unprecedented third-straight STIHL Timbersports Relay crown at the 2016 World Championship in Stuttgart, Germany on November 11.
Round 5 Full Report

Round 5 Full Report

The crowd packed in as Australia's top lumberjacks went head-to-head, the roar of the Hot Saws overpowering the thrum of the V8 Supercars. Everyone was watching series leader Laurence O'Toole closely, the Victorian needing a top-two finish to win the Championship.
Round 5 Report: De Losa Crowned Aussie Champ

Round 5 Report: De Losa Crowned Aussie Champ

New South Welshman Brad De Losa has claimed the STIHL Timbersports Australian Championship with a spectacular stocksaw showdown.
Round 5 Report: NSW Rookie Championship

Round 5 Report: NSW Rookie Championship

After the climax to the 2016 Pro Tour at Bathurst 1000, race fans also got to see New South Wales' top Rookie STIHL Timbersports athletes in axetion. The field of six battled it out for 2 spots at the Australian Rookie Final to be held in December at Homebush, NSW.
Next Chop Poland

Next Chop Poland

The 2015 STIHL Timbersports Australian team are off to Poznan, Poland to compete against the world's top lumberjacks from more than 20 nations. Over 100 athletes will meet in Poznan, Poland on the 13th & 14th of November to represent their respected countries, to determine the 2015 World Champion in the team and the individual competition.